Plus: ABC also gets into the witches trend, Two and a Half Men brings back a blonde, and Dexter welcomes one.
Plus: Julianne Moore may play a junkie P.I., Daniel Tosh will produce an animated series for Comedy Central, and Twitter loses a legend.
But despite the cancellation of half-a-dozen series, there's a happy ending for Happy Endings and two more.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
What to watch Friday, March 18 through Sunday, March 20.
What to watch on Tuesday, March 15.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: SAG kids, Chris Elliot's glorious return to tv, and Steven Tyler's apology
Here are five reasons why you should be.
Detroit avoids a 1-8-7 with four more episodes, and Brothers & Sisters stays in the family with a full season.
Detroit 1-8-7 is only five episodes old, but this new cop show is already nailing the character development.
It's impossible not to like the man behind Castle's witty Detective Kevin Ryan.
Some of the season's new players are so charming, so complex, so mysterious that we can't wait to catch up with them every week. And some of them are so annoying that we wouldn't shed a tear if their next script had them coming face-to-face with a speeding bus.
These unfamiliar faces will become household names this fall thanks to their fresh talent and compelling new characters.
You are about to be drowning in a ton of new shows, and navigating those tricky waters can be a daunting task. Thankfully, we've seen the pilots of the most of the networks' new offerings and can tell you which ones are worth watching.
Most of the ABC's returnees remain in their slots as the network sprinkles in new shows, including No Ordinary Family and Detroit 1-8-7.